Three of EZFKA’s finest grifters have made the honours list, after being nominated for the 2021 Grifter of the Year Award.
Friendlyjordies, Aussie Cossack and Avi Yemeni will wait to see who will take home the coveted award, which saw a larger than usual field this year. The awards are judged on traits such as asking for money, ability to stay within the Youtube algorithm by saying nothing genuinely controversial, steering the public towards useless outcomes and political gatekeeping ability.
“I’m honoured to be nominated for the third straight year. My ‘Team Blue bad, Team Red good’ schtick has proven it still has some legs yet,” Friendlyjordies said.
“The John Barilaro thing tipped me over this year. I mean, they just replaced him with another corrupt cog in the machine and nothing of any substance has changed, but I’ll still milk it to my core audience of politically disaffected, centre-left man-children for all it’s worth.”
“It’s an honour to be nominated for the first time. It was exhausting provoking my own unnecessary arrests with the Police so I could drive up those Youtube likes with notoriety. The advertising revenue however, has paid for all those flags to convince you how ‘Aussie’ I am apparently,’ Aussie Cossack said.
“Australia has never been so divided, that’s why we need more multiculturalism as I mention in all of my videos. In 2022, we drain the swamp with a guy who is part of the swamp funded by a billionaire who is also part of the swamp! Vote UAP!”
Three-time winner Yemeni said he was confident of winning a fourth award and thanked his Indian fans for their earlier support of Israel during the 3rd Intafada of 2021.
“You know, I thought when Aussie Cossack started filming himself getting arrested and playing the victim I had some real competition. But I have far more experience and more paid actors at my disposal willing to stage confrontations on camera,” Yemeni said.
“Make sure you keep signing the petitions so I can sell your data to marketing firms. All the Fight the Fines money has dried up, and your signatures keeps me and Rebel News going! Just ask Chris Sky!”
The award is expected be announced during the Australia Day awards.